Corrected fuel flow
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Corrected fuel flow is the fuel flow that is required by an engine if the freestream total head conditions are equivalent to ambient conditions at Sea Level on a Standard Day (i.e. 14.696 lb/in², 288.15K ).
Corrected Fuel Flow can be calculated as follows, assuming Imperial units:
So-called Non-Dimensional Fuel Flow ) is proportional to Corrected Fuel Flow:
Corrected Fuel Flow (or Non-Dimensional Fuel Flow) is one of several non-dimensional groups associated with gas turbine performance calculations.
The equivalent equations for Preferred SI Units are:
- Stagnation (or Total) Pressure
- Stagnation (or Total) Temperature
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- Padilla, Carlos E. (1996). Optimizing Jet Transport Efficiency: Performance, Operations, and Economics. McGraw-Hill Professional. p. 31. ISBN 0-07-048208-X.
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